Fabric pollution and waste is also one of the root causes of environmental problems.Due to this point , we pay attention to promote and try a range of topics like recycled fashion, renewable fashion. To myself , prefer Marine pollution. The ocean covers 70 percent of the world, and sea level rise is still one of the major problems facing our human beings. The widespread extinction of Marine life, the increase of Marine debris and so on, I hope to achieve the alleviation of these problems through my small goals.Not long ago, I came across a new brand on the Internet — Mater, a sustainable Danish company.The brand has launched its new Ocean Collection of tables and chairs, which are mainly made of plastic waste from the ocean. This kind of fun and avant-garde environmental concept ignited my motivation. The Mask stool was made using Mater's sustainable design technology, developed in collaboration with the Danish Institute of Technology and the University of Copenhagen, which mixes fibrous materials with plastic waste. He added: "That's where our company is going." "It's looking to turn waste into products without compromising the aesthetics or surface treatment of materials." This made me think, "Why apply the same method to clothes?"There are many types of Marine debris - industrial plastics, metal materials, fishing nets, knitting waste and more. But the reality is that these fabrics can be reused.And the other one artist inspires me as well.An art diretor, Florence Tetier aims to use 100% renewable materials to design. Her subject is to collect and use the plastic in the ocean, aiming to reduce pollution and give the rubbish a second life. Selecting recyclable Marine garbage to make new fabrics, and the design can be used in fashion,which is my imagination . Through a series of selection, filtration, cleaning and purification to make the Marine debris materials cleaner and softer.Try making hollow designs out of mesh materials such as fishing nets or wires.At the same time, I am going to combine the plants that exist in the ocean with these garbage materials to make a completely natural and regenerative fashion.

final collages

development and textile

, the biggest one is about a fisherman casting for fish, because of the fishing industry, we got the rubbish, like industrial metal waste, waste nets and wires. Therefore, I found some metal rings and colorful plastic balls to decribe this kind of pollutants in the ocean. The linen, greige, paper strings and hays are what I use to imitate the wasted fishing nets. The last picture is about a person who’s trapped by the nets, lying on the beach. As what I did on the last picture, I draw the details of the ropes over the man to show the lines.

second research and textile

The women who are fishing are my muse. I use two types of wires and net to make textile. Fistly, I used two different kinds of wires to screw, and then use the net and the screwed wires to interlace to grid. The second design is a fishing model, and the open carving dress is also made of the materials mentioned above.

development design

The inspiration picture is a goldfish in a net, I use the wires and nets to make engraved, shaped bra, and color is from the inspiration. The pants is surrounded with strings, covered with different textures and decorative cotton thread.

Inspiration version

The main picture in the middle, as you can see, is a hand holding jewellerys, is where my inspiration came from.the photo with an animal is a seal trapped by some fishing nets, look at the camera hopelessly, the highlight parts in this page are to outline the draping, which I’m going to use in the later development. For the final step of this page, I drawing details to simulate the grain of the wave in the ocean.

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